I'm running Ubuntu 13.04 on my computer at work, which has networked printers. I have previously been able to print using the lpr command, but recently this has stopped working.
$ lpr test lpr: Error - scheduler not responding. $ lpstat -t scheduler is running no system default destination lpstat: Bad Request lpstat: Bad Request lpstat: Bad Request lpstat: Bad Request lpstat: Bad Request $ ps aux | grep cups root 1153 0.0 0.1 73500 3552 ? Ss Sep08 0:01 /usr/sbin/cupsd -F root 1212 0.0 0.0 70428 1464 ? Ss Sep08 0:00 /usr/sbin/cups-browsed
I also don't see any printers if I enter the print dialog from a program; I can only print to a pdf.
Does anyone know what's gone wrong? What config files do you need to see?
edit: I'm adding some additional information.
I'm using a remote print server, and my
~/.cups/client.conf contains only this line:
I tried removing the cups package and installing it again, and noticed during the installation the line
"lpinfo: Bad Request" appeared.